Posted On:5/19/2004 9:28am
Style: BJJ, MT, Haidong Gumdo
Has anyone ever used an armbar in a real fight(ie outside the ring/gym? How did it work out?
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Posted On:5/19/2004 9:43am
If you have position and control for an Armbar, Ground and Pound is probably better it lets you disengage more easily. Unless you mean a cool standing armbar after a throw like in Judo.
Posted On:5/19/2004 9:59am
Originally posted by WhiteShark
If you have position and control for an Armbar, Ground and Pound is probably better it lets you disengage more easily.
True...unless of course you decide to leave him crying with a mangled elbow...
Last edited by punchingdummy; 5/19/2004 10:09am at .
Posted On:5/19/2004 10:08am
Style: Shi Ja Quan
I have used a few arm/wrist locks and twists but never on the ground, yet.
Posted On:5/19/2004 12:38pm
the idea is to pound him ... and when he reached up with his hands to push you off or block ....
armbar him ...
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Posted On:5/19/2004 1:32pm
Style: BJJ/Shorin Ryu
I used to bounce at a few bars and used standing arm bars all the time, but ya never go to the ground in a crowd if you can help it.
Posted On:5/19/2004 2:18pm
Style: stand up,clinch,ground
no ground armbars, i have used the mata leao several times and the kimura to cuff retards
however i did have a guy go for an armbar on another patron, while he was doing that i kicked him off before he broke the other dudes arm
Last edited by fernando; 5/20/2004 2:59pm at .
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Posted On:5/19/2004 2:40pm
Ask Chris Brennan.
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Posted On:5/19/2004 4:27pm
I always wondered about that... lets say you'r attacked, you take the guy down and get him in one of those armbars where your lying perpendicular to his body. What do you do then?
Posted On:5/19/2004 4:56pm
break his arm.
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